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It is possible to extract both thumbnails and higher resolution images (tiles) from the Google Streetview service through an unpublished, undocumented API which I will document below. Google have not publicly released this API, but nor have they sought to secure or even obfuscate it in any way. To me, this is about as open an invitation as it gets. You might have noticed that more often than not, when viewing a location on Google Maps nowadays you get a little Streetview thumbnail linking to the appropriate location on Google Streetview. If you’ve ever wondered if you could get static streetview imaging out Google for your own use then read on.